On Urdu Literature


='Mir in "Fact" and Fiction', Annual of Urdu Studies 24 (2009): [site].

="A Day in August, 1947," a translation of an essay by Dr. Zakir Husain, Outlook India, Oct. 29, 2004: [site]; also [on this site]

="Ghalib's Delhi: A Shamelessly Revisionist Look at Two Popular Metaphors," Annual of Urdu Studies 18 (2003): [site]

="The Pharaohs of Urdu," a translation of an essay by Premchand, Annual of Urdu Studies 18 (2003): [site]; the author's own version: [on this site]

=Essays from *Ambiguities of Heritage* (Karachi: City Press, 1999):

(10) "Urdu in the Pre-modern Period": [on this site]
(11) "Urdu in India: Some Observations": [on this site]
(12) "The Situation of the Urdu Writer: A Letter from Bara Banki": [on this site]
="Introduction to A Season of Betrayals by Qurratulain Hyder," from A Season of Betrayals: A Short Story and Two Novellas, translated and with an introduction by C. M. Naim (New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1999), pp vii–xx: [on this site]

="Introduction to Curfew in the City," from Curfew in the City, by Vibhuti Narain Rai, translated and with an introduction by C. M. Naim (New Delhi: Rolli Books, 1998), pp 7–16: [on this site]

 

 

 
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